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Spot Summary: Graph Paper Euclidean Geometry with 10^603 holes & 10^604 Numberpoints #1283 Correcting Math 3rd ed
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Re: Spot Summary: Graph Paper Euclidean Geometry with 10^603 holes & 10^604 Numberpoints #1283 Correcting Math 3rd ed
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Nov 13, 2012 9:43 PM


> Let me pause for a moment with a spotsummary. > > In Physics we have the smallest reality as a atom. > The atom has > subatomic particles, but still the atom is the > smallest item of > physics. Everything that is subatomic has no reality > save for the fact > that atoms exist. Analogy: humans are the smallest > human item, for we > do not think of human hands or human eyes or human > livers as smaller > independent items. > > In Mathematics the smallest item is a point and line > where a line > consists of points. > > In Old Math, they started out their Geometry with > axioms that claimed > a point has no extent, no length, no width, no > breath. And another > axiom that said a line has length but no width, no > breadth. Funny how > they attributed length to a line in an axiom but no > width or no > breadth. And if any mathematician had been really > alert would have > been repelled by such lack of logic. > > In New Math, we start out with the axioms of Old > Math, but then we > clean house afterwards. We reexamine them > and realize that the Ellipsoid of Elliptic Geometry > provides us with a > "line" that serves as the line in the Euclidean > Geometry. We realize > finite with infinity has a borderline that is a > number itself > pi*10^603 and that then forces the smallest positive > Real number to be > the inverse of the borderline number. That then, > forces there to be > holes or gaps between successive Reals and that all > the Reals from 0 > to pi*10^603 is this set: > > 0, 1/10^603, 2/10^603, 3/10^603, . . pi*10^603 > > So now, we see there is a hole or gap between two > successive Reals of > a metric of 10^603 (using the abbreviation of > infinity as 10^603) > > Now in a proof that at 10^603 the three zero digits > in a row in > truncated pi allow for the surface area of the > Ellipsoid, the longest > and thinnest ellipsoid possible is one in which its > length is 10^603 > while both its width and breadth are 10^603. And > that surface area is > in total 12 square units. > > This gives us a metric of the size of a Number point > in mathematics to > be about 10^604. > > So we have holes between Successive Number points of > 10^603 and we > have Number Points as tiny circles of 10^604 (also > for 3rd > dimension). We also then, have the line width and > breadth to be > 10^604. > > So that in Geometry, like Physics, we have the > smallest things as > atoms and then are composed of subatomic particles > like neutrons, > protons, electrons, neutrinos, photons and gobs and > gobs of other > particles, all because the atom itself is the > smallest item in > physics. In Geometry we have the same sort of pattern > that we have an > entire Geometry such as Euclidean or Elliptic or > Hyperbolic and we > have subgeometry of points and lines. > > The overall geometry itself gives us the subgeometry > of points and > lines and points and lines have length, width and > breadth. > > So we start with Numbers and fetch the borderline > between Finite and > Infinite. Once that is fetched we take the inverse of > it as the > smallest nonzero number. That gives us the measure of > the holes or > gaps between numbers. Then we go to Elliptic Geometry > to find the > longest yet thinnest possible figure and it is a > ellipsoid and given > the constraints of the infinity borderline, we find > out the metric > measure of its smallest surface area. > > We use that to figure out the metric of the "line and > the point" for > geometry, whether Euclidean, Elliptic or Hyperbolic. > > We can use the Ellipsoid formula of this: > > S approx equal to 4pi ((a^p*b^p + a^p*c^p + b^p* > c^p)/ 3)^1/p > > Where the a, b, c are axes and the p is a value that > is > the golden ratio, the phi constant of 1.618..
The phi constant does not exist in your system, idiot.
> > Keep in mind the pi and phi are truncated at the > 603rd digit > rightwards of the decimal point so that the above > formula no longer is > approx but rather ends up being thoroughly equal.
False. You need Phi to equal k* 10^(603) , or the
number Phi does not exist in your system; it falls
within the gaps of your idiotic number system  and
this is not the case. Same thing for Pi, which does not
exist in your system, nor e, nor....
So yours is a truly useful "correction", imbecile.
> The reason infinity borderline is pi to the 603rd > digit truncated is > because that formula becomes exactitude and no longer > approximation. > > I used to have access to a supercomputer, but no > longer, but if > someone does have access and is willing to compute, I > am confident > (not certain) that if pi, phi truncated that the > formula renders > equality and no longer approximation.
Of course, you offer nothing for someone else's work,
right after calling everyone here a faker. Yes, let me
run to work for you, so you can keep insulting me. > > But the overall gist of the summary is important > because no longer is > mathematics stifled by axioms that say a line and > point are > "abstractions", but rather they are part and parcel > of the geometry > itself and require, demand to have not just length > but width and > breadth. In Old Math, they never had a borderline > with finite to > infinite and so were never able to assemble what the > width and breadth > of a point or line was. In New Math we put aside that > encumbrance and > we fill out mathematics that requires filling.
for feeble minds like yours. > > The atom in Physics was an abstraction up until the > advent of modern > chemistry when it was apparent that these tiny > entities had to have > length, width, breadth and substance. It is about > time that > mathematics grows up and grows out of its shell of > hiding behind > "abstraction".
As usual, you miss the point. > > Google's NewNewsgroups censors AP posts but Drexel's > Math Forum does > not and my posts in archive form is seen here:
Using your link:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5lsDM3DyBs > > http://mathforum.org/kb/profile.jspa?userID=499986 > > Archimedes Plutonium > http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium > whole entire Universe is just one big atom > where dots of the electrondotcloud are galaxies



